Tiny House bed systems don't exist and after extensive research it's clear that there isn't a natural option that will suit tiny houses. Mattresses are one of the most toxic and chemical filled items brought into any house, and those chemicals can significantly affect one's health. After extensive research, Isabelle Nagel-Brice has teamed up with Haiku Designs to bring the most natural, supportive, and long-lasting beds to the tiny house community.

There is a Better Way.

A bed system designed specifically for tiny homes is important because due to a lack of proper ventilation units in tiny houses, and mattresses being placed directly on loft floors, people are discovering black mold lining the undersides of their beds. Haiku Designs offers a low profile and supportive slat system that creates airflow underneath the mattress to mitigate issues of mold. Additionally, the mattress options themselves aren't thicker than 8" so they truly optimize headspace in a lofted bedroom. Natural latex, cotton, and wool mattresses remain supportive and healthy for years.

Isabelle Nagel-Brice, Queen of Tiny Houses
Isabelle Nagel-Brice, the Queen of Tiny Homes

Isabelle Nagel-Brice is currently building her own green-built tiny house to pursue a more simple lifestyle. She has a background in Permaculture and Anthropology, and is passionate about the movements around natural building, zero-waste, and creating a chemical-free home. Her tiny home is an example of how to build sustainably with highly efficient green building materials from Europe, as well as proper ventilation. She is currently a tiny house consultant and sells tiny house green building kits for a local high-performance building company. Isabelle is excited to now be partnering with Haiku Designs to offer natural sleep systems for tiny houses specifically.